Twitter can be an engaging place to spend time especially if you are an emerging writer.
We have compiled a list of women writers that we recommend you follow. They are all fun, engaging and knowledgable.
Charlotte Wood has been described as 'one of the most intelligent and compassionate novelists in Australia' (The Age). Her latest work, Love & Hunger: Thoughts on the Gift of Food, is a book of contemplations on cooking. Her fourth novel, Animal People, was released in late 2011 to critical acclaim and was long-listed for the Miles Franklin Literary Award.
By Sophia WhitfieldOn May 13, 2016
Sophie McKenzie is the award-winning author of YA fiction. Close My Eyes is her first adult novel and launches her as a new name to watch in the increasingly popular...On June 11, 2013
Anne Hathaway is set to star in an adaptation of Joan Didion’s political thriller The Last Thing He Wanted.On May 30, 2018
By Sophia WhitfieldOn July 2, 2014
Patrick Ness has spearheaded a campaign to raise funds for Syrian refugees. 24 hours after Ness announced the campaign, £227,000 ($496,000) has been raised.On September 4, 2015
Pat McDermott is a long-running journalist and one of Australia's most adored contributors for The Australian Women's Weekly. Her weekly column, Family Matters has been running for 30 years. Her...On December 17, 2014